Modi said the Bharatiya Janata Party's manifesto did not mention the Balakot air strike, but said the government carried it out when it was warranted, PTI reported.
Setting the narrative for the General Election, PM Modi elaborated about India's new approach towards terrorism, and said, "Aatankwadiyon ke addon main ghus kar marenge".
Groups of Hindu nationalists are increasingly carrying out attacks against Muslims to protect revered cattle - known as "cow vigilante mobs" - killing 24 people since 2010.
The BJP's pledge this week to propose stripping decades-old special rights from the people of Jammu and Kashmir, which prevent outsiders from buying property in the state, was a major concern, though it could also be electioneering, the prime minister said.
The Congress Monday took a swipe at the BJP over the error saying at least one point in the document reflects the ruling party's "true intentions".
Trump visits US-Mexico border
Construction for that small section of fencing cost about $18 million, began in February 2018 and was completed in October. More than half of those are families with children. "They could stop them at the southern border, their southern border".
The manifesto is titled "CONGRESS WILL DELIVER".
India begins general elections on Thursday at which the issue of Kashmir looms large after a February suicide attack that killed 40 Indian paramilitary troopers was claimed by a militant group based in Pakistan, provoking hostilities between the nuclear-armed neighbours.
Earlier PM Modi was addressing a poll rally in Maharashtra's Latur, on Tuesday said that BJP government has ensured that terrorists are identified and killed, even if we have to enter other countries to do so.
The Lok Sabha elections are being held in four phases in Maharashtra, with the first seven seats in Vidarbha going to polls on 11 April.
He said the entire country was happy when India launched air strikes on Pakistan to destroy the terror camp but there was gloom in Pakistan and in the camp of "Rahul Baba and company".
Pakistani Foreign Minister Shah Mahmood Qureshi warned on Sunday that Islamabad had "reliable intelligence" that India would attack again this month.